Boba Fett is an iconic character from the Star Wars universe. Despite their short time on-screen, they had a major impact on the fandom. He has spawned two things in recent years: his own movie and a TV series inspired by his culture. The game Star Wars: Bounty Hunter told the story of his ‘father.’ And showed the Mandalorians as more than bloodthirsty warriors.
In The Mandalorian series on Disney+, we see him run into the character Mando. Originally, he was portrayed by none other than Jeremy Bulloch.
Boba Fett Actor ‘Jeremy Bulloch’ From Original Star Wars Trilogy Passes
While he did don the body armor, it was someone else who would lend their voice. It is a surprising turn of events. The character has once again reached a level of icon status. The Boba Fett actor was known for his friendly demeanor at conventions. And for his willingness to take pictures with fans and sign multiple autographs at each appearance.
Over the last few years, Bulloch had been battling Parkinson’s disease. This was an issue he had to deal with on a daily basis. His family released a statement informing the public of his passing from heart complications, as a result of his chronic condition. Despite the health issues he faced, his wife and kids were able to spend his final days with him.
Daniel Logan, who played Boba Fett in the second trilogy, broke the news of Jeremy Bulloch’s passing. If he looks familiar, he also played a character who served the Royal House of Aldeeran. The Boba Fett actor was known in Revenge of the Sith as Jeremoch Colton.
Many fans will likely pay tribute by watching every installment he lent talent to. What do you think of the news of his passing? Will the new actor do Boba Fett the same justice? Let me know in the comments!